Click here to Skip to main content
12,396,461 members (35,026 online)

New Author Competition

This competition has ended

Win a development book of your choice!

Post your first article on Code Project, and choose any InformIT book you want as a prize!

Code Project has a number of talented developers and gifted authors. These giants set an intimidating precedent for new authors. This is a contest for new authors and judged by new authors (five articles or less). The author of the top five rated articles will win an InformIT book of their choice.

The contest begins on July 5th 2010, and runs until August 5th 2010.

Here's How

  1. Enter an article on any coding-related topic within the allotted time frame

At the end of the contest we will choose from the top rated article and five winners will each receive their choice of a development book from InformIT!

What You Could Win

Your choice of an InformIT book!

Choose any book from

One book will be awarded to the top five rated articles.

The Rules

  1. Must be a first time author for the Code Project
  2. Must be a Code Project member.
  3. Should ideally receive votes from Code Project members with five articles or less.

Conditions of Entry | Current winners list

Latest articles

by Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
In this post I have talked about building an IMAP client using WPF framework and ImapX library.
by Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
In this article I will explain Windows.Media.Capture namespace's MediaCapture element and how it can be used in Windows Runtime to create applications that make use of camera, for capturing photos and videos. Plus, the article shows how to capture the list of photos or videos that are recorded for p
by super
What can a developer do when he finds himself in the Project Deep hole?
by John Newcombe
Presents an explanation of Datum transformations with examples shown in C#
by Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
This post is meant for beginners in MVC pattern. If you’re novice to this framework then read this post of mine.
by Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
This article is for beginners about writing and reading Unicode data from different data sources; including text files, user input, databases. It also demonstrates how to display that data in .NET applications, including ASP.NET web applications.

-- There are no messages in this forum --

Advertise | Privacy | Mobile
Web01 | 2.8.160721.1 | Last Updated 5 Jul 2010
Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2016
All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service
Layout: fixed | fluid